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I do love to wander through the arcade. Especially at Christmas when it's all dressed up. The architecture is fantastic. The shops are a mixed bag with good bad and indifferent among them, but there is a little something for everybody here, and a few...More
Disappointed that so many stalls\shops were empty\ closed on a Thursday in August. The arty creative stuff was great, the most we saw in one place in Dublin, would have been awesome if complete. Some stalls were just ordinary, but it wasd an interesting walk...More
I was very happy to find this market since I collect prints (photos, paintings, etc.) from each city I visit. This was the only place I saw, even among street vendors, that had something like that. There was only one artist, at the very beginning,...More
We searched the city for a small souvenir print of a Dublin landmark and finally found it here. The arcade isn't large, but the building itself is worth a visit, (make sure you look up while inside and outside the north entrance) and it has...More
Feel in this place while trying to get to another destination , nice old time feel with stands that seem to be busy selling tat , but still if you like this stuff it's for you worth a short visit , but only if your...More
I wouldn't tell anyone to make a special trip to see this market, but it's worth a look if you're in the area. A few stalls are unique and appealing, but there are also several bog standard e-cigarette/ mobile phone tat stalls as well.
In some places the old British Empire names have been replaced. Titanic stopped off Queenstown to pick up her last passengers; that town is now Cobh. Carlisle Bridge was redubbed O'Connell Bridge. However pPlaces like... More
In some places the old British Empire names have been replaced. Titanic stopped off Queenstown to pick up her last passengers; that town is now Cobh. Carlisle Bridge was redubbed O'Connell Bridge. However pPlaces like Grafton Street and Nassau Street have maintained their original names from empire-era aristocratic families. The specific ones you mentioned, I'm not sure...